Live Oak daily Democrat
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Title: Live Oak daily Democrat
Alternate Title: Daily Democrat
Evening Democrat
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Live Oak Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Live Oak Fla
Creation Date: May 24, 1907
Frequency: daily (except sunday)
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Live Oak (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Suwannee County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Suwannee -- Live Oak
Coordinates: 30.294444 x -82.985833 ( Place of Publication )
General Note: Editor: Chas. W. Irvin, <1907>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 239 (Aug. 27, 1906).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002042454
oclc - 33273861
notis - AKN0318
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System ID: UF00075905:00085
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Senator Crane's Bill Amend Drain-.

\ age Act of 19O3 Will Probably Witness Who Saw the Shooting Says tHe

'.: Be Adopted Heard Negro Soldiers Say.They

'. Intended to Shoot -r
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Tallahassee, Hay "24.-The, cause I '
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:;Drainage or the reclamation of theVision I Washington May 23.-Herbert

what is known as the Everades Elkins of Brownsville a clerk In a

scored victories yesterday In : confectionery store there, testified

!IOtA branches of the legislature In f5EYEiT before the senate committee on military -

.*adoption of the teese resolution in % affairs, which Is investigating, ,
and the advancing of the
Ac house the shooting affray In the Texas town.
drainage bill cu lUrd reading
Crane : He occupied a room in the Leahy .
senate. ,
a the
The Crane bill Is an amendment hotel, facing Fourteenth stret. He

to the drainage act of ls J5, recently > says two negro soldiers come up the

eclared mnconsututional by JudgeLocke alley from a garrison and fired two !

or three shots each Into the Cowan
of the Federal court at Jacksonville -
and the intention of the new house. A group of about eight men
ti'I followed and from that he
party saw
ya ig to conform the original act tolie
the;flashes and beard the reports of "
requirements of the constitution
two or three additional shots. "
f tie state and of the Uuited States ; -/i,: (
-;; p As the men passel: upthe alley he
all respect It specifies that a tax
says he saw shooting from the gar-
f fire cents per acre shall be levieda
rison anthat it appeared to come
drainage district the boundaries -
from the balcony of company B bar- .
r which are set forth in the bill. i
here were several amendments of 3!; I /ln racks. He claimed to have distinctly ,
seen the flashes of '
After -
by Senator Beard whose 1 ;
ered one
Hjj1uu / ; ; the bugle call had sounded at the j
.m repealing the drainage act in I.
c. liii' fort he saw a group of five or six
was killed several days ago In
soldiers returning ,down the alley to
ie loose, in which it orginated- the
garrison. die
estricting the operation of the law
The witness told also of seeing a !
o two years which was lost 19 to
company of soldiers patrol the town
2, and one by Senator Johnson, re-
after the
shooting and as they were
the work to be let out by
; airing
halted in front of the Leahy hotel he
ntract This was voted down, 17
. heard one of the negroes at the foot
; 9 9,and the bill went to the enCQmmittee. '
of the company remark that they

e g would come out the next night and i

Senator Crane, answering Senator finish the town. He said Mrs. Leahy

oauon'g argument,.read from-the: r also heard the remark. On several =j'
rt of the joint committee, Which -Philadelphia Lsdyer.
s important points Elkins corroboratedthe
- ted the drainage operations, '
testimony given by other wttnessas. -

hewing that the trustees had cared Federal Judges Ban Detroit Hotels PROHIBITION AMENDMENT LOST. Reception at Mrs. Hinely's. # .

..r An the work then er than fflA"edenl
v ; ; -hs Cincinnati Ohio May 24.-Because The social entertainment at the
e contractedsimilar The, Crane, Drainage-Art Is.UpM.the I: RAIN FLOODS TEXAS RIVERS.
the hotel of home of
proprietors Detroitset Mrs. Syd. last
Hinely evening -
at work. Senator Johnson'sattention Senate. '.. I
being that the trustees too high a price for meals and Tallahassee in honor of her, ,charming sister
May 24.The Craw I Growing Crops in the Bottom Are _
lira other duties as state officials rooms to suit the judges of the ford state prohibition amendmentwas Miss S. A. Randall_ of Madison was Destroyed.

hick require their time too much United States circuit court of appeals -' defeated in the house this mornIng one that will long 'be ,rememberedby :" Austin, Tex., May. 24.-Rain In "'

D be devoted to carrying on thenlnage the latter have changed their by a very close vote lacking'' those present. southwest and west Texas has caused ';

j. work directly. minds about In only of the In the first the
1 opening court Detroit seven having required 'I place home is a a flood of a number of streams. The h
Mr. Reese's resolution on the June 3 instead of in Cincinnati number. The vote 35 model of
I louse on was for to 10 elegance and the ideal of Guadalupe river rose 15 feet in a '

was adopted without a dilating and it Is announced that the sessionsof against the amendment. comfort and home surroundings. At few hours and destroyed growing

voice, though some refrain- the court will be held here as us The house spent most of the morn- all times it has the appearance of crops In the bottoms.

1j jd from noting at all. It was rath- ual. ing in considering the revenue bill, luxury and shows that a queen of j

a., r lengthy commending the action the same bill in the senate was ordered the household reigns there. Cold Weather in Virginia,

IE the trustees of the Internal Im- Miami and Jacksonville to Tamp, engrossed. The beautiful parlor and sitting!

"k rwement Fund for defending the with' branch roads, the work to beginIn Senator Crane's drainage act was room the spacious dining room ,all Roanoke Va., May 24. The
weather in this vicinity has been -
pe of the state to swamp and overPed various parts of the state simon- up in the senate at noon. Buckmanand adorned with plants and dainty unusually \I
cold for the during the .,
;tI lands claimed under various taneously. The Farris bill would West of the fourth district, are handiwork that exhibit superior taste season -
week. Last night heavy frost
l d grants and favoring the flght- perfect a system of county roadsso opposing It, while Trammell is de- attract the fastidious and particulareye. present

.a II'of the suits if necessary to the as to form a state sys- fending it with all his power. It Is a bower of elegance but fel in the southwest and at Wythe-
ville ice formed.
P&est courts In the land. tem. It seems probable if either of The house at request of Mr. Farris last night it really surpassed itself.

11 I So far drainage, the chief Issue In the bills are passed it will be the sustained veto to the. Jacksonville The manison was brilliantly lighted ....
Jim Crow Law Held Invalid.
|m warmly contested campaigns Smith bill or the Farris bill. charter amendment by a vote of 42 with Chinese lanterns and electric

" P,*een seldom referred to in either The senate yesterday passed to to 6. Mr. Melton took occasion to lights that made one think he had Montgomery, Ala., May 24.-By a

y pse. considering the prominence of .1 third reading r. Massey's bill, levy- severely criticize Governor Browardfor reached the ideal spot on earth. decision of tie city .court, the "Jim

:jIII rjsne, and it Is a ,fact worthy of Ing a state and county tax of $10 his action in vetoing the amend At the usual hour the Invited Crow" law recently passed by the city

, r not an expression of opinion I I I per mile on railroads and providing a ment. guests assembled to enjoy an even- council has been declared' invalid.'

> | every test of strength so far .onr sliding scale of license taxes upon the The house has also sustained the Ing that will ever bask In their: mem- The ordinance requires that the street

PII t Beloa the ories. The color scheme was green ailway.provide separate cars for the
: has resulted in victory same by 'municipalities. If It passes veto of the governor relating to '
. f the supporters of the governor's' and' becomes a law it is estimated third Judicial circuit bill. and red and the blending was ele- ace, making it finable for one race

25 I plans. to ride in the cars for the other. On
paase that $40,000: a year additional will gant.Miss
JiII bother Randall gowned in pink mes- attemPt to enforce the law the entire -
\ | question of vast import- derived from the railroad companies NEGRO JURY CONVICTS NEGRO. : ,
I*to the state' dif- soline over taffeta trimmed in duch- system was tied up for most of aday
JII occupied the atten- in state and local taxes. It
I r Of lace and rhinestone buckles and the crews being arrested as fast
:01II the house last night at its fers more In detail than in principlesfrom Clyde Perkins Colored Gets Life ess
i I* Mrs. Hinely gowned in pink embroid- as they came out. The company
' nning session ,this year that the Trammell franchise' tax Sentence for Attacking Girl. ;
ered chiffon. over taffeta trimmed in finally secured an injunction, wales
K? roadsu Senate
bills were under bills which were killed In the Chickasha I. T., May 24.-The "
Uon. silk mechlin lace and ribbon were has now been made permanent, the
the one> prepared by I recently.The called in the
e Je1nt'committee only negro Jury ever the personification of feminine loveliness I court holding that there is plenty of
pn public roadsIncorporating I house yesterday passed the returned a verdict of
t hI P.wa1" territory today and received the guests in a I room in each car for the two races.
a com- senate bill for the relief of the census guilty In the case of Clyde Perkins
Between, the Parkman I of 1905 with an of queenly mannr. I
and enumerators with assault a
a negro, charged Games were indulged in, the Misses vin 'Butler; Miss Daisy Sanburg and
bills, and also bills by amendment reducing the appropriation and he was sentenced -
small girl of his race Blackburn Miss Florence
I1trls. Voaral Hampton and Rle Porter sang Frank ; .
AllI Mr. Smith MeX rejecting the house De- I
and air. one-third I
the to sweet songs and joy abounded on I Bache and Will Hair; Miss Hamptonand
latter two being similar substitute on the same subject. by negro'I
lre. fendant was every band Karl Bardin receivedthe Fred Blackburn; Miss Annie

I wth' The senate bill Is Identl- After practically killing the bill counsel. I IRoosevelt i iI i gentleman's prize in the contest, Grubb and Joe Hinely; Miss Carmita
Senator I II
Adams' the senate yester- I
bill and with amendments
and Miss Annie Grubb the ladles'lpriTe. Grubb and W Edwards; Miss Adams
.. to be the of Mr. Beard indefinitely I
most popular day, on motion Returns Washington. ,
In I I The former was a gold stick and Karl Bardin; :Miss Rye Port r
the house. Knight bill Increasing -
In brief, the postponed the and Peter Lelsz Rosa Lewin
j Miss
Washington May 24.-The presi-|I pin and the latter a gauze fan. ;
compromise of the cabinet
: bill and the the salaries of heroesrrd and Mr. Small Miss Barnett and R.
ria bill dent and Mrs. Roosevelt who have Cards were given out ; ;
.'% provided a staten officers to $3,000 a year. by a been enjoying a six days' vacation at ,'I heroines and the heroes selected L. Dowling; Miss Lena Lewin and

commiSsion for the pur- of 20 to 11. During the debate Mr.to Pine Knot, the country home of 1Irs.I I'' the heroines to accompany them i Harry Blackburn; Miss Katie Cronch

oI al Smith ra8tnictinS state systems. Hudson paid a high compliment Roosevelt, have returned home. to the dining ball Such a dainty repast -j I and Jack Taylor; Mr. Charles Blackburn -
C ,0( a bill provides for theta several officers of the present has never before boon spread In Mr. and Mrs. Cary Hardee.

:: *** not to exceed seven ministration, saying In regard to Mr. Yellow Fever In Cuba. j Live Oak. Three delicious courses :: All in all, this was a magnificentsocial

Dally by counties and the Knott, state treasurer, that a private decora- entertainment that
In Havana, May 24.-A report from were served and the table I may at
would'be fortunate
tottf the convict hire business Havana Is to the effect thatone yel- lions were superb and the services some time be equalled but never sur
L various counties for road securing a man of his ability for less *
low fever patient of the province of unsurpassed. ..' passed.
Tbe according to assessed valua- than $5,000 or $6,000 a year. Matanzas was received In the Havana | Among the guests we note the following -I The honored gueSt, Miss Randall,

COmDltttee' bill provides The senate. passed under suspen-I the first reported from that : iss Eva Hildreth and A. H. has a right to be proud of the brilliant -
4 llues hospital
1fI.tII of roads from Fern- sion of rules Mr. Johnson's Mar-
to for several months. Levin; Miss Ola Gardner and reception given her.
si city
t'ensaeola Oak.
Jacksonville toi to the charter of Live t -


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1'1 [ ; .1 Book, News and Commercial.,: I Iit

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iii j : one the lar;7est car : 9/oyob too large and 4'11 \ ,:-

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IIi ; well equipped modern J'rint i t i t handle* and\ I ; .,

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:1 t : ing 1 larrt new type, and artistic : ** "_ =_

ill ; printers me can furnish : everything in .

$1; ;. you with Stationery as cheap : the ZPrintinffjCine ::'

:1 ft: : and prompt as any establish" : "

= : ment in the South. J% trial i I comes easily J '

Iii:; will convince I I within our limit. .

aT..flss "si e.6sifs }arraAkfi
Iii \Ale make Specialty of TVleiil Oriii
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PICNIC AT BRAXFORD. Courageous Pedestrian. If You Dont *

i Otcer-I protest against that
succeed the first time use Herbine Live Oak Gara
Big Basket Picnic on May 29th- man's arrest. What was his offense $
and you will get Instant relief: The
Everybody Invited. j i The Cop--Aw. he was driTin his -
greatest liver regulator. A positive
auto at only twenty miles an hour
The citizens of Branford and cure for Constipation, Dyspepsia
vicinity will give a basket picnic on an' delayin the machines behind him. Malaria Chills and all liver com- Equipped for repairing: and storing

May %,th. in honor of the completion '-Puck. plaints. Mr. Cof Emory. Texas Autos. A full supply of Gasoline and

of the bridge across the Suwannee Stop Grumbling. writes: "My wife has been using Her-i Oils especially prepared for Gas Engines

river at that place. bine for,herseH and children for five Also sell the well Known Columbia bat
For long time the citizens of that -If you suffer from Rheumatism or
a years. It Is a sure cure for constipation -
section of the county and the pains for Bollard's Snow Liniment and malaria fever which is substantiated tery. Switches, Spark Coils and Flags

citizens of, Lafayette county have will bring quick relief. It is a sure by what It has done for kept in stock. Exclusive agent for
been working for a bridge across the cure for Sprains Rheumatism. Contracted my family." Sold by Suwannee Drug Savill Vulcanizing orks, JacksonYiBe.

riTer at Branford, and now that the Muscles and all pains--and Co. a-w Sample of this work can be seen here.
bridge Is to be completed within a within the reach of aIL Price %5c.

few days they propose to celebrate'SOc $1.0v. C. R. Smith. Tenaha.
the event in a becoming manner and Tex. writes "I have used Ballard's Just as Good. FOR LIVERY

to Invite all the citizens of Suwannee Snow Liniment in my family for years Little Tommy was very quiet dur-

and Lafayette county to come bring and have found it a fine remedy for ing the first courses and every one The Favorite Reo Touring Car used-in

well-filled baskets and rejoice 'with all pains and aches. I recommend it forgot he was there. As the dessert Livery seating capacity for four. 1

them. Don't forget the date. for pains in the chest." Sold by Su- was being served however the host

Prominent and able men will deliver -. wannee Drug Co. d-w told a funny story. I T. AL CHASTAIN

addresses and.everything possible When he had finished and the
wU be done to entertain all who may His Job. laughter had died away his little son
attend. exclaimed delightedly: I Gas Engineer PISI
"Yes I may truly say that I have
spent all my life at the feet of the "Xow. papa tell the other one."-t.

-To be divorced' from your appendix fair sex." Everywhere.

TLere will be no occasion for it if you- She-A regular Don Juan eh?
keep your bowels regular with Dr. He-Xo; I was a ladies' shoemak My Best Friend S .
King's New Life Pills. Their action er. Bon Vivant.
is so gentle that the appendix never Alexander Benton who lives on -

has cause to make the least com For a cold or a cough take Kent I Rural Route 1. Fort Edward. N. Y'I
I says: "Dr. King's New Discovery
plaint. Guaranteed by Barclay ledy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It la I'I U
Groover druggists. 25 cents. my best earthly friend. It cured me
Try better than any other cough remedy \
of asthma :ix years ago. It has also l ll
them. dHardened. --* because its laxative principle assure s, -
pertorr!?e-:I a wonderful cure of in-
a healthy copious action of the!
I wife: The first bottle ended the

bowels and at the same it heals irritation
:I cough and this
Mrs. Keyson-Weren't you frigh of the bowels and at the, accomplished,
the other symptoms left ,
tened when the bull bellowed at youbecausqgof same time it heals irritation of the, i! one by one,
'nntil she was perfectly .
your new red costume; ? throat strengthens the bronchial l I welL Dr I
Mrs. Puson-Xo; you see my bus., tubes and allays inflammation of the, :. :<1ng3 Xew Discovery's power ovei" Ea
; coughs and colds Is 1
band went on Just the same when he mucous membrane. Contains Hone; ." simply marvelous. r ra
Xo other
got the_bilL-Portland Express. and Tar. pleasant to take. Children L ( remedy has eve
like it. Conforms to the National I t 'II equaled it. Fully guaranteed by BarI
I clay & Groo-r.
Do You Imve Pure Food and Drug Law. Cold b], druggists. SOc and
100. Trio bttle free. d-w.
your baby? You wonder wby be City Pharmacy. d' !

cries. Buy a bottle of White's Cream Your Physician .
and he will Anxiety. { Married For Money.
Vermifuge never cr]

Most babies have worms and the! "You must have been dreaming ol r !, "Here is an interesting item abo ut'J Will Prescribe Red RocliI ::

mothers don't know It. White'sCream ,, some one proposing to you last night,,. ;a man who has. married 1.400times. l I if he does
Vermifuge rids the child of Laura." ." It has been as many others do who know its merits.
endorsed by hundreds of sanitonnms,
worms and cleans out its system It "How is that?" 1 "Gracious: He must be some East- thousandS of! physicians and myriads of homes

> pleasant way. Every mother should I """by. I heard you for a whol< ern potentate throughout the country as the Greatest of Alt

keep a bottle of this medicine In tie! quarter of an hour crying out '.re3Fllegende !' .' "Xo. the item says he is an Indiana and Tem ranee.Beverages It relieves indigestion
1SPePs a and
house. With It, fear need never erter Blatter. justice of the I : never causes constipation. .t
peace.HoustOIl ROCK! SayitPLAl5nnaoncuiai !
rer mind. Price 25c. Sold by Sa- Post. t Sold ,
ftern-here La tuc.a 111Ian 1IoWa k_slul
Co. d-w Don't w
wrnnee Drug j Pay Alimony. S < bottle
:-Mrs. S. Joyce. 180 Sullivan St ,. Xotice to Our Customers. s I The Red Rock Co. Jacksonville Fla. '
Fruit at tht"bitp House. I Claremount, X. H.. writes: 'Abott utWe: are Pleased to announce
-The president distributes th a year ago I bought two bottles oi! Foley's Honey that
I and Tar for
plums. I believe!" Foley's Kidney Cure. It cured mea ol colds and lung troubles is not coughs affect

"Quite so." severe case of Kidney trouble ol r ed by the National Pure Food

"What are Secretary Loeb's funotlons several years' standing. It certain'y 'Drug law aa It contains no opiates and : /
or -
?" is a grand good medicine and I I ,other harmful drugs =--
and we
"He hands out the lemons."- heartily recomend it." City Pharmacy It as recommend -
a safe
Pittsburg Post. d-w,1 ren and adults. City remedy Pharmacy.for chit d-w-I ADVERTISE IN THE DBIO

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i Why to have a frozen delicacy made in the celebrated "JERSEY" FREEZER. We

it have them any size and price. Also, we want to call your special attention. the"BLUE



F s For there is none better at any price, and you, 'Mrs. Housewife, will appreciate the

cleanliness that they will bring to your kitchen.

Garden Hose Nozzlese Extra Lengths in Hose

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WE'VE GOT THEM In Sets and Stock

Jewell NOw. Wetter Crockery 1 Tinware II IISfoves -.

and Ranges for everybody in all sizes and prices, 'PRIMBLE CUTLERY." The Cutlery of quality and i

and if you don't get one it's your fault. none better.


II separate department and an expert in charge. Prompt service and reasonable

ti charges, quality considered.


General Hardware, Wholesale and Retail


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Get you a Rabit PHYSICIANS& SURGEONS, Ii I! 1i
Foot. Yes man, i

=.INAL Rabit Foot OverallUnion !DR.Physicia J W.and Surgeon.WEST.i I' y

made. Office: Carroll Building. Ohio Avenue. ;
Residency at Ethel Hotel ,
I fzy 11 Ctofw BkMMm 04 the buy BM' U
* ,I Brwy Bottle."A Pbone--ffice.No.168. 1 I
I CoW or a Cough Dearly always pro- Rabit Foot Overalls are the best, Residence.NOB.23 or 168. I
I*.c f collltipatioD-the water all runs to the Rabit Foot Overalls stand the test, Drug Store(Barclay&Groover)No 1& I! feel sure we can give you the
>-MM tyitem and through throat Instead the liver of and passing kidneys.owt Rabit Foot Overalls won't fade or rip, I greatest satisfaction. There is an
Want of moisture the bowels become Rabit Foot Overalls always fit. M.E.. BROOME, added stiffness and a glorious gloss
ikarlNearly all other cough cures I put upon our work that enhances the
merchant in town handle Rabit Foot Overallsthe
"gating especially those containing Some I pppearance and lengthens the life of
lCRIie4 the ,'. Laxative Holey and. lucky sellers. ATTORNEY&COUNSELOR AT LAW. :your linen. Bring your Shirts Collars -
contains no Oplato.s.KENNEDY'S'
LIVE OAK. : FLORIDA.Will Cuffs Handkerchiefs,White and
Fancy Vests, Wash Ties, etc.. to our
$i.oo $1.25 and $1.50Per practice in mil the court of the State. Special
attention given to Conveyances. Collection I'Laundry, and you will have them
of Rents Etc. All business promptly attended -
LAXATIVE to. quickly and carefuly done In a satis-
salesman.Vatch for NOTARY PUBLIC STATE AT LAKGE. factory manner at a satisfactoryI
pair. We are the Florida .
N YDTAR something next week. I I =rice.
R Bevei Colds by working them out L. I Live Oak Steam Laundry.PHONE .
ztIn: through a copious action of Live Oak Brokerage & Commission Co. DENTIST. I 139.

Rdnea Coughs by cleansing and BRIDG1.1
the membranes of ORTODONTIA : : AND :
_tcheUung and bronchial tubes. WORK. : SPECIALTIES. i
tea?..""Whoopi l Cough La Grippe ti..1111111111111 ... III U not.il iI I
III" Emnchftis. and all Coujfri III i 1I11II1 FOLEY'SKIDNEY
WI and Bronchial affections not T. J. LYLE !
egeal Kennedy's Lajutlv
>Isd tar. Ch1drq lib It. Practical
1s>ua.100 and 51.00 bottles at the La*. Bidders I II WATCHMAKJEWELER CUREWILL
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"It' L 0.o.WIU&00..Chicap.U."A.by To Contractors and Prospective
eI4 35 year's experienceGood
Gty Pharmacy THE LIVE OAK BRICK & SUPPLY CO. stock of Watches a.ways en hand. CURE YOU

iI | I of any case of Kidney or
Cement, Building-sand
ding Cards will furnish you your WALL PAPER i Bladder disease that is not
I Plaster, Laths and all kinds of Brick.
beyond the reach of medi-
ring Cards, OUR SPECIALY: White Sand Lime Brick. Ask for prices. *I pa-I cine. Take it at once. Do
When in need of jiie wall
.mess Cards call H. M.! PETTY, at not risk having Bright's Dis-
I Brick & Supply Co. f per on |
The Live Oak ease or Diabetes. There is
4 Neatly Done and "- M"M"i"M"i"i I I *** _l nothing gained by delay.
Promptly IlllllH-t I i iI 50c. and $ls.OO Bottles.
at the
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Office. Subscribe for the Daily Democrat. I I I Cores Cold I I'rjireat;Paeumon.a t City Pharmacy.


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The Macon (Ga.) Telegraph one melons

Published every Atternoon- i of the best newspapers published in In yield Things! -
Except Sunday. I (. than ever t'ti. I appreciatesClothing
I that state: in speaking of/ the Importance _
J, F. SHERWOOD. Editor and Ma'gT. of advertising says:. drained
I II i "Macon is gaining in commercial
placed s'
I Importance and the merchants are at
Entered at the PostoSc. Lire Oak.i I[' c
in the art of adrertising. -
Florida.., as Second Class Mail Matter developing rapidly Florida
November 7. 1905. J: They are learning rapidly scotched reason
.: the value of this most useful adjunct prime
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'!of modern business. The commercial

THE LIPS Oil PDBLiSHHG COHP T.\'II house that does not use printers Ink Judge i fi f

liberally cannot hope to succeeds
THE DAILY DEMOCRAT will be''1: against a competitor who knows how I: en of

t mailed to any parof the United yto:t use newspaper space and does so. r
: States postage 'pte a1t. for J5.00'1'I "An Intelligent person can figure I for

per year; JJ.5& tor six months; ]i i out the value of advertising by the the ,- I

$l.:5 for three months or 50 cents |I| evidence of the best business men in home -. ,.,...
for fire,weeks la advance: : Delivered i I I I says: "'
to any part of the city by i: the country who spend millions annually y.'e have to be prepared to,do

carrier for 10 cents per week. for advertising in the daily i!I Se-wart's tlongs well and this appUea'to !
!! newspaper periodicals. These wise
', i t|I ls 8. fact everything. For instance Roberts 'Ii
The to Lake men are quick to grasp every facilityfor Rand Shoe Co.
legislature has siren Stevart Johnson &
trade extension and put more I
f- City the nnirersity buildings and property regard have six big specialty factories
t In that city and $15,000 in ,: money in advertising that any em- become a with a daily capacity of 4OOOO t
ployee on the payrolls: The principle I Ii I
cash. This is no more than was run he pairs. They emploT'estert: .
k: 1.ocestly due that city. i i on which the highly successful merchants -i I solid workmen use the best; material" .
work is to spend four per .
1 1I
f county in all their shoes and the latest .
cent of the gross sales on advertis-i .
Governor Broward has vetoed the I i he I and best machinery is used. .

r- Jacksonville charter amendment bill 1 I j Ing."By actual experience they know i getic J They are prepared to make good ..

recently passed by the legislature, : : make the !shoes that's why"STAR BRAND .
; that this is the very best investment .
and the Jacksonville TimeUnion : fair and SHOES ARE BETTER. One .
; they make. It is medium
; can a .
and Metropolis can be good again. !: throught .which the public learns a I II during of their shoes the QUAKER." .

f 'j place to do business its the avenue I would for women at $3.00 la the best ,. Jr
I'I abuse by shoe for the money we can find. .
i. According to the published list 1 through which a merchant or manufacturers -
I Judge Star the heel and the
The on
there are only about 1.200 qualified ) makes friends "of traders
i Criminal word ""QCAKER" woven with
.t voters in the city of Pensacola. I il ilI I I
county silk in the facing are guarantees
1 That's not many for a city the size i I GOOD ADVICE. and that the is honestly
r of Pensacola. but it is a few more The Democrat hopes every colored'I I "QUAKER"
I I is a constructed and will satisfy.
; than qualified in our city to vote in man in Florida will read the follow-
estly Come them and "WALK
the recent election. ing extract from a spech made by
1- I I Booker Washington at Salisbury. I ON STARS."
that the
\. Ca few days What he The best; woman In the world
ago. says
: The Florida is to I
!: peach
iis i timely and should be heeded by could not make good bread If
tickle the palate of the Northern epia -j form as
'the people of his He in she didn't have good floor. The
I said
r cure. Frost or freeze drouth or flood J taxation
best in the world could-
4 the Florida peach may be relied upoq part I of tbe woman If yea are you can ct s
n"I I I believe that While the world n't make good butter If she did-
to bob up serenely at its appointed ments
expecting to
n't have the right kind of milk see lltily
pity crying
reason reaching the market several may a whining race ically
!I it seldom it. Let construc- to chum. Neither could the
r weeks in advance of its Georgia rival.Peaches respects candidate interest you in our
I the progress be the dominant note best woman In the world make
t are a sure and remunerative 'I'It ment of cake if she used salt for and varied stock of
crop and can be grown with great success I II I among us in every section of Amer- politics good spie-j

t, over a considerable portion of teas Let us' not make the mistake less ,i sugar. new clothing for

the State's area.-Lakeland News. II IIt of keeping back the dark and dis- in the i;

t appointing side ,of ,life before the should Summer, which in stjk <
youth of our raqe. Just now what
f Things are getting warm at He is a ;
the race wants is not a vision of and assortment is
u hassee round about where Talla-I I despair, but a vision of triumph nota friends a1r
t ternal Improvement in him. I that shown by the lea '
picture of oppression but an inspiration for office DOWLING LUMBER &
going on if we are to believe i
to overcome difficulties. The
ing establishments of Sri
published in the Tallahassee Daily
race is not losing friends in AmerIca -
t Sun. Whenever you put such men 'I nor will it do so. as long as we Tbe City. If ytc: Iiurnfesj!

Ii as at Senator the head Buckman.of a legislative of Jacksonville or another y 'continue We must to frankly prove face ourselves the fact worthy.that ing good a can himself.'t I NAVAL l STORES[ this Spring to SEe the i
kind of a committee and tell I[the ida by f
great body of our people are county ; value we offer inI
him i
to investigate he is pretty apt
to dwell
I in the south and any policy
to do it. If the Internal Improvement -t'that is to : ;, I
does not seek to harmonize the I
Board.did not wish a thorough ,two races and cement them Is unwise scriWnsr i !
investigation; they ought not to have grown, in COMPANY f fi MienFINE
courted it."CoL" and dangerous. The negro, the time I I
Irishman, the Jew the German the and then II

Italian residing In the north and I
a little DOWLJ G PARK FLA.
Harry L. Brown of the St. west, put forth every effort to culti- fairs in j i I

Augustine Record has been elect"captain" ed their neighbors and the in the j
negro graphs or . . . . . . .
of the military company at south should pursue the same policy. tention CL01

that place. As the Punta Gorda "The Indiscriminate condemnationof O'Connor
more I Heads Irish League.
Herald says his proper rank in newspaper all white people on the part of any Florida

circle is "colonel" but what- member of our race is a suicidal at half ) Dublin May 24.-T. P. O'Connor

ever his rank in whatever circle one and dangerous policy. We must tropolis. of parliament was reelect- You shouldn't delay C it

thing is certain there is not a better learn to discriminate. We have president of the United Irish

looking captain or colonel in the strong friends both in the south and to ocrat of Great Britain- the league other day. You cast S{

state. Here's congratulations on his the north, and we should emphasize better decided to met In Dublin in- equalofU scdanywhere

election.-Pensacola JournaL Ha-ry and magnify the efforts of our not only I of England because the mem

Brown is one of the best and truestmen friends more than that of those who attended yesterday's convention in town undEr I
Is also a
: in. this state and we congra wish us evil. } the national party here. Of
ple. than we ask
tulate the St. Augustine military "We are making tremendous pro-

company upon their good Judgmentin gress materially, educationally do OldTimector Dead. high-grade tcjcriti.
electing him colonel. and We I
morally religiously. own to-
kind of Cleveland. Ohio. May. 22-_(( ...r1e.__ i rials faultless in cut ai'
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day, mainly in the south an acreage in favor I ;
} Church
; an actor of the time of
Would an extra session of the; that is equal to the combined acreageof and the Wilkes Booth died here [ing andIvanced uptbem J*
j yes-
Florida Legislature result in any the kingdoms of Belgium and Hol- better. He
more benefit to the people than the land. Don't be afraid to face diffi I was 75 years of age. 'f fashion, you tCJ ;
leaving the
regular session has? If called for a culties. For myself, I would not I stage. Church be- suitil
a printer and at one time had selection *.f any
specific purpose and nothing more, care to live in an age where there J

something good might come- of, It.- was no weak portion of the human Train J I reputation typesetter of in being the the most $25.00 with every

Jacksonville Metropolis. If there is race to be helped and lifted up. I I world. satisfacsi -*

a special session it will likely_be call- would not care to live in an age when permanent

ed to receive the of there no serious, hard and Castro.
report the Joint was per- negroes in you got the b stat tab
legislative committee which Is'h&- plexing problems to be met and on wben I Now honestly. Has Castro been

TtsEgallnglbe Internal Improvement sowed" ( lice at II so, ot.Lat. And aaa tie sX the price OD paid.

fund aoxf tie work cannot be com- alighted ( ; time- been in. danger We all ,'

pleted during the regular session. SWS FLORIDA IS PROSPEROUS. ta was w. that ,the repeated reports of 1-

We hops the Governor will call a Senator Taliaferro was in Washington when the !I death were speaking after the Smart Spring Snfc *'
special session to receive this I of Mark
report this week and went as a herald him $100 r Twain very much
when it is completed that' the whole proclaiming prosperous times in on the I it Is an interesting

people of the State-may know the Florida. He was there for the pur- Mixon 'I and has been presented in

true condition of affairs. pose of attending the "Brownsville bany I variety of ways for weeks. Now he $3.00 to

hearing" bu seized the opportunityto from ]!I been bedridden, now up and

tells them of his wares and can win say to the ever vigilant reporter in some I and capering in the dance at

1 their confidence for all times. search for information that never in In Albany country place surrounded '
by con- tee'
"Take the Macon merchants. The the history of the nation have the as the spirits Now te has geen Clothes made of

ones who advertise are the ones who people of the peninsular state been The police dIscqurag. and on the eve in handsome .

do the business. Personal popularity so prosperous or conditions for the soon as ,quitting office forever; now more tailored to resist Wttf

Is a good thing in a social way investment of capital been more In- and I than ever to hold on to their shapeliness

but it does not cut large chucks of viting. The senator said that Flor- whiskey | e reins of power... and ** '
make It sell else*
ice in business. People have learnedto ida is to become the greatest tobacco than ever for his values that J
look for bargains and to go to growing state in the Union. He bumptious and elusive to $10.50, here in a $
citizen; If I
places that advertise them and keep made people open their eyes in won- Stevens I there was one and hard to get ment of attractiveto

their promise with the goods. derment when he declared that tobacco I St. keep a line on. The man h. 750.

"Some wise man has said that a farms were coining $300 per John F. and It Is given unto all

business Is like a cat has nine lives acre and the man with a few acres 'city as to die. But when he dies, after men --

and like the cat the business man planted to this crop is well fixed, financially cific is t of these yarns., a. very stout af-

must look out for the ninth. The and the larger his holdings] gram from ; will.have to accompany

other eight are valuable,_ ,but the the more. securely is he anchored. presidency : to insure Its &eoePtance In thIs the BUTLER

ninth Is the most imperative of financially. \s to the other crops of had been : r rl.-Washlngton Stir. ,

them all-It is the sine qua non." tbe state, such as grapefruit, oranges.].J. J. Hill

-- --.- ..I I Try DaD'T mat--10c a week. MENS'OUHU'E

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[1.TUEY COME AND THEY GOw > !he.Ladies Emporium :

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of LiveOak and Suwannee We all know that Merchandise in line is
:> every steadily advancing and REAL Bargains are scarce.

,/ County Gathered Reporter ty the Democrat We are constantly on the look out for specials, (where the quality is first-class) and' always giveR

+ our customers the benefit of reduced prices. We have to offer this week while they last :



',' HANDKERCHIEFS. Shirt Waists, at less than cost of ma-- l Skirts .,4.. . .. .6Oc to $8.OO
[ Tardiff Oranges Sound and Juicy SOc I I i .
25 doz. terial. See the values at. _
I D*- ; Embroidered SOc to 75c eo. 98c Corset Covers . .' .iKc to $1.30

and values, at three for . .$1.00 Latest Winsor Ties, Brown Plaids
I Tangerine Orangey Large Chemise... . ... .9Sc to.$2JV
| -4Oc DOL 25 'doz. Embroidered :35c to SOc each .<. .. . . 25c; I *

l Bananas Luscious, Nourishing, 30c values, each at..1.:. . 23c; ,Fans each .. . 5c, lOc and 23c. J Drawers . . . .SSc to $2.08
; .
P.- Doa yew 25 doz. Embroidered'''.' Lace lOc White Wash Skirts. each98c to $2.:)() j i 10 per cent discount this week only.
> Pine Apples just in at 10, 15 .
values each at... .. _
each. 5c --- -------- I
aid 20c "
Long Silk Groves and Mitts per
.;' best fruit in Live yak Muslin Underwear made of best .
The I Sample Hand Bags, at wholesale quality, Cambric and Nainsook, cut pair .' '. ,. .,. . ..Oe to $1.75
Wolfe on Corner. I i
i Prices .50c to $1.7.1: extra fulL 500( doz. Pear Buttons. 2 dozen

j White Wash Belts, each . tOe Gowns . . . ,6Oc to ....00 I, for . . .. . . .TcI
W. T. Page of Peacock, is here to-


, j. L. Barnes, of o'_r.ea. was here THE. LADIES' EMPORIUM

t .
O'Hara. of Peacock, was here ;
J. I "m!nPI i :: :l 1111!!!1!!1 : !;:; :::1: ::; !!! ;; ", ,...... '" > ,>> ,>> >>1 ': :: 1
t tr JinS this morning.f I ; ; I I IIIiI 1111 I III III 1 I II 11 iii. i: I [ : I i i ii I I : IIli :iUI ii ,I I :

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F M. ROM, of Lanier wag In town I Are you going to get married?
SALE.-My residence in the I Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Chastain, of Miss Annie Hemming;, the dainty

;i* this morning. city, also one good buggy horse. W. I Luraville are here today. Mr. IK.,* first grade teacher, spent from Are you going away for the summer

[ S. Hodge. 23-d6t Chastain will leave for Inverness tomorrow Saturday to Tuesday with her parents Are you going to Jamestown Exposi-
E. A. Martin of Perry is here tor tion? Then you need a trunk. "Don't
where he will oversee the I In I lye Oak. Miss Hemming is
I r day registered at the Ethel. Mrs. c. Williams of Alton fail to look over our trunk depart-
W3.Shere construction of a phosphate plant. as pretty as she is capable>> and is
I ment. Prices right. J. B. Barton
'" today, en route to Meridian.
devoutly worshipped by her loyal Ht-
: Uri McCall and children returned Miss. & Co., H. L. Campbell>> manager. tf
Miss Verda Haddocy went to puplli.-Madison\ New Enterprise.
[ to Jeunings this morning Ocala and Gainesville this morningto I I.e
The Coast Line north did not arrive -
Miss Davie Head of the Park was be absent two weeks or more. Hon. J. M. Johnston, of Dade City,
J. A. Leslie, of Lake City is in the here today, en route to Jennings, Miss Verda is one of Live Oak'ssweetest I was here this morning en route home here until two o'clock this morning -
today a guest of the Ethel. : which was scheduled at 4:15 p.
city Fla.
girls and will be missed dur- from Tallahassee._ Mr. Johnston ito s
m., yesterday. The ocasion of the
ing her absence. accustomed, to be at' sessions of
of Fort Meade Is a + ... delay was a wreck of a freight train
L. Thompson, John Bryan wife and child are ,,'j.. the legislature that he cannot keep I
Pelt of the Ethel today. prominent visitors from Tampa to Hon.t R. F. .Rogers'.and wife=and away'., from there.. near Newberry.

day. + C., B. Bannell and wife, and-'E. ''J.' f'r
sell J. M. Bailey ',', t Fishing parties are very much in
to see
If want
you Blame and wife visited' .Suwannee _:Misses Evylin Conner, Ethel Milder
Ui. licensed auctioneer. He sells. Mrs. A. J. Blanchard, of the.Park, Springs yesterday'and'bad a delight.. and Collie Hankins went to Pea- vogue now, and the professional
fishermen on the lakes and Gum
went to Jasper today, where she will ful time.R. cock Lake this morning to spend the
It. E. Vann. of Dunnellon, was in Slough must be reaping a harvest.
reside in future. day. They go to join a party con-
its city yesterday, registered at the E. McXeill moved into his We.don't believe every yarn told us
new sisting of Syd. Conner, C. N. Hlldreth about
'. big catches by those who
w'rleL ; B. P1. Coachman had a log team on residence on the Ohio avenue exten- Sr., and others who are already at
leave here in buggies with fine
1 the streets this morning that wouldbe sion yesterday. He"has a beautiful the lake.
Zack Hines and W. D. Fredericks hard to surpass. residence and tie home will be the

Teat to Peacock today on a fishing I scene of many gay social r-atl.c.ngs I There are "wars and rumors of
; Mrs. J. C. Baisden will give an
,expedition. Hon. E. N. Derrick, of Palm Beach ,wars," and "marriages and rumors of
: entertainment at her home tonight In
passed through the city this morn- Mrs. W.:;L. Brown, nee iliss Willie !mariages; ," but Harry Blackburn re-
the honor of the Fifth City Band assisted -
Kiss Louise Hudnell went to Jacksonville ing en route home to Tallatassee.Mrs. Brinson, of Arabf, Ga.'ls; Visiting her turned home this, morning apparentlyas f Mae Roberson
: I by Misses Ada ,
this morning. She has been parents,-Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Brin single as he ever: was, notwith-
: Rye Porter and Mrs. Geo. Porter, Sr.
visiting here for several days. Williamson returned to Tal- son. This is Mrs. Brown's first visit standing rumors to the contrary.
Tire members of the band are requested
'atassee today much to the regretof home since her manage and her to Invite and bring their i

Ur. C. P. Dlcklnso of Live Oak her many admiring friends here.If friends are delighted to see her again. The stork has again visited the lady friends. Games will be Indul-
TU a visitor to Valdosta yesterday. home of Mr. G. F. McDaniel, the i
ged in and refreshments served.
-Valdosta Times. you want draying done or a..I Rev. S. J. Phillips of Tampa was popular mail carrier on one of the royal time is expected. Mrs. Baisden

trunk carried to the depot, right in the city this morning en route to rural free delivery routes, and he U one of the best entertainers in the

K. McRherson. of the Ladies' Em- quick phone 1%3. W. N. Boatright. Macon to attend the commencement and his good lady were made happy (city and her palatial home affordsan

porium.. 1_ down with a case of meas- exercises of the Wesleyan Female yesterday by the advent of a bouncing exquisite place to entertain guests.

la Mrs. N'A. Woodard, who has been College, of which institution he is a girl baby. ; The band boys anticipate a grand

a. visiting her daughter at Dowling trustee. time, and they will have it. We hopeto
,: 0. 0. Mays and D+ra- Conner and Park returned to her home in Lee I I Warm weather has finally come to give a full account of this enter-

ill. Lawler left this'morning to Join today. i i Mrs. M. H. Smith, who has been stag and in a few days you wil real- tainment In tomorrow's paper.

its fishing party at; Peacock Lake. iI I J I teaching at Perry arrived in the city ize this fact. We have prepared for

Mrs. R. L. Saylar who has been today for a few days' visit to her mother you and have anticipated your

'The colored Institute' closed here on a visit to' her sister Mrs. :' Mrs. Wm. McDaniel before wants having for quick delivery, ice PRETTY

crowded with pupils returning to today. j:I Smith is an excellent teacher, and mosquito nets etc. J. U. COLD

their respective'homes. I i I a lady who is universally admired. Barton & Co., H. L. Campbell man- ;

Mrs. Ralph Dennis returned to Tbe patrons of the school at Perryare ager. tf INSIDE !

J. W. Floyd, of Platt Station High Springs this morning accom- highly pleased with the services '.

agent for the Live Oak. Perry & panied by her sister Miss Blanche ste has rendered there and wouldno Miss Daisy Brinson has returned

Gilt spent last night in the city. Bryan. doubt be only too glad to have from Starke where she has Just com- '"

er return. pleted a very successful term of

citizen school as assistant teacher in the
Armstrong, a prominent
:Por Sale Williston.. is in our city the guest . Starke High School., Miss Brinson
Mrs. Alice will be at home during the summer,
of his daughter-in-law.
Wedding and will .be at Starke again in the
: I r winter.It .

t !ROyD( AND UNIMPROVED Mrs. R. A. Gray left for TaKahas J I
see this morning and from there will PresentsFOR is a. difficult matter for a school

Mr. Gray's teacher or milliner to come to this
go to Hinson on a visit to ;(
town from any other city, "heart and ,
( Heal parents. THE
state --- fancy free," and leave in a like way J

Hon. R. F. Rogers and wife left JUNE BRIDES Our young men seem to be struck; on t
and will teachers and milliners, and they are :
Itt for Lake City this morning (| ..v you niajr imagine. But the contents -

visit White Springs before returningto persistent wooers. |! are none the lees attractive as

farms 1E Etc. their home in South Florida. [ the climax to a luncheon, dinner ors
Or those II
s Mrs. Marx Higgins and baby, accompanied -
t the month of May. Just j pper. Ice Cream seems to enjoy an
Ladies we received today a few I ) look in at our exquisite by Miss Lois Higgins, re-J j f universal popularity with young and

Tangerine oranges. Diamond Pins, Brooches turned from Georgia on the Coast j
boxes of King t eLI of both sexes. But to have it
i [ Juicy delightful. 40c a doz. Send I and Rings.Etc.Watches Every, I I Line this morning. It will be remembered good, it must also be perfectly pure
:l USTYOUR the Corner.It Bracelets I that several weeks ago Mrs.
and get some. Wolfe on thing in JewelryOur &..Wholesome.. Then it is really m.
:, I customers are always I I'I' Higgins was taken to a sanatarium healthy and nourishing dish and maybe

PROPERTY is rumored that.John Kight has I pleased.RADF.ORD. In Atlanta and ber life was nearly partaken of freely. We have a

I enlisted In the regular army again i '' despaired of. All will re.-o.ce to know goodly variety of flavors, and we
Clyde line at JaCksonville that sLe has now nearly lalljr; recovered in
the ingredient
WITHUS. and he left on i guarantee every every
for Governor's Island, N. and se evinces the cheerful ounce of it to be perfectly pure and

yesterday. Y"I mood of girlhood. After leaving the cleanly made.FLORhDA.
J sanitarium in Atlanta she visited

a dressmaking I and iiilltown, and iilss ..c s
I have Just opened griffin
Ladies BOOK
REALTY000. room in the Lewin building The Jeweler 11! Higgins went to the latter place a

and will be aranteed.glad to serve Give you.me'a Satis-1 trial. }'I'I LIVE OAK fLA. I J :many few"days friends ago rejoice to bring to her see home her again.Her AND NEWS CO.

faction g1
win MRS. KIG T. : .,
:It, Building, Room. t i .
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SoITtJg **** Curtain Problem. ,

tLotdoa Tribune.) Live Oak M'f'g.Ca ..

A further improvement on the CONNECTS WITH ALL TOADS ON 8. A. L. RT. ANB A. C 1. RT.

build of the window would be to DAD DO'". ..cEIfft.4LNo.1 saes
male use of the deTer InTention Manufacturers of

which a lady patented some time ago. Ns.1.

Th* Idea came to her after long endurance Lumber, Shingles, Ice, Electric Lights, 31btedF Dab Kai1 aDd nATION&

of the trials caused by per- Euept I

petual changing and washing of muslin Power and Turpentine.Electric SaDdu. I7aits .

and lace. The shape of her windows .

necessitated haTing drawn Lights in any part of the city furnished for Residenceor TSO. m ISO p m L. Lir.an.ti :..,..... .mss "tja1L0 .

muslin "blinds" fixed to the lower Business Houses at a very reasonable rate. Electric Power a m 1Upml'v i I

sashes. but to avoid having to change day and night current-for manufacturing purposes. 05 a J i
these eTery two or three weeks she Wholesale and retail Ice-out of City orders have special attention $10 a ibiy' .
second frame and glass made
had a
and all orders promptly filled. I mlLy. _._ ..__ -
to fit exactly OTer the existing lower I 3e a 4 -

sash and the drawn curtain was fixed We will give you good prices on low grade ceiling and 40 a m, 41' y Ar"__ L.Lv li

between the two sheets of glass. flooring. Conic and get our prices. I so .. wlsartb ss __. .... -Na -

From the appearance of the windows f 18 a ..- -.
seen from either the Interiorof ,I II f SO a mi ""- _
ORDINANCE XO 58. j jAn "Section VII. For catching and .I .u .. .
the room or exterior of the house. 1 I I impounding stock under this ordln-I h _
Wd --
It was Impossible to detect any dif- Ordinance amending Section ance the City Marshal: shall 0o! afT dDV. wiL., Ii.
Ttree (3) of Ordinance :No. 11. being namely: waansegi.er. .... r AZ. -
ference from the usual order of titled to the following fees 4 24 pm4i' -- -
1011 a m .
entitled "An ordinance fixing the j horses.I i+ $ ftemamj43opmLv
For and Impounding
things, but the saTing in the wear and salary to be received by the officers I ,
I males and cows fifty cents per 3.2 !mss
tear of the muslin blinds the free- of the City of Live Oai. Florida," approved I 1 head. hogs one J' Mayo--- ..
cents -
goats thirty per to 30 a 4. 4 40 D m -''
dom from worry and lessening of the October 6. 1902.-..a. dollar per head. For feeding and i! 40 L......._.. ..... !7!ai0
washing bill-for this was a large I Be It Ordered by theMayor and I taking care of such stock while in i s ,
City Council of the City of Live Oak. pound for horses mules and cows he 0 54 a m 'LEN "'
building with a great number of windows *
I : day per J L.ti
shall receive forty cents per
-soon repaid the cost of the I Section 1. That Secticn.Three (3) I ten cents 06 .-.--.... -----
head each for hogs or goats a
frames. The curtains might remain of Ordinance :No. 11 of the City of day bead each; for advertis- ml ._.___..._..
per per
vachaaged for a twelve months at Live Oak. Florida being an ordinance ing and selling such animals he shall UU. m 4CP' ..U !li ss.

least and even then could hardly be entitled "An ordinance fixing! receive the sum of fifty cents for 1120 a mj! 4 4J P_tLY. fUZii. tin i
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called soiled when taken down. "the salary to be received by the officers horses mules or cows per head. and a mi 4 51 p mLv, -- t-
of the City of Live Ook Florida for hogs or goats the sum of twenty- ,Lv- &.Frey ___ t'ii
I ," approved October 6. 1903. bend five cents per head each. The word I Ihog" 4i a m, 5 1C s m, U i N sU

A I'taat That Ctoughs. a the same is hereby amended so under this ordinance shall betaken a _I's 11 P jLY a.n .. f a)1of
as to read as follows to include "pigs." .
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1 heard and looked behind '
a cough a 5.. p
mj Iili
(Section 3.) The City Marshal Section Ha. That this Ordinance 3.0
me nervously" said a huntsman shall receive a salary of sixty-five shall take effect immediately upon 15 a'' 3 35 D s Lv__-F -_"_. .. JIi s2t

for 1 was stalking gazelles in that Dollars per month as City Marshaland iU passage by the Council and ap- s43ym'Lv. e k-_. .... :.

non-colored waste, the Sahara desert, the sum of Ten Dollars per proval by the Mayor as to mules a m I -PWI7 I __ sxi.

and having gotten rather too fir month as Sanitary Inspector of the horses, goats and hogs but shall not UU m 550pM.I Ia
City of Live Oak. Florida. go into effect as to cows until 60 days
south I expected at any moment tobecome Section II. That this Ordinanceto
from its passage by the City CoIIIICILPassed ( ) Telecra or Tse booe Station (O FU* Station a pincushion for the poisoned .- take effect immediately upon its by City Council In regular 1. r '
SUtwaMl Assam
darts of the dread Touaregs. passage and approval by the Mayor. session this 8th day of April. A.. D. ..... Genera 't AaL:1
Passed by the City Council this 1907. CHAS. H. BROWS.PresIdent : .
But there was no one there. The I
22nd day of April. A. D. 1907. City CounciL
flat desert quivered in the sunshine CHAS. H. BROWN .
I Attest: I Ml I III III II I H I III I I IIMIillllllllllllUHH
and here and there a dusty plant Attest: Pres. City Council. S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I I

stood wearily. But though I S. P. MAYS, City Clerk.I I .
comasaaded -
S. P. Mays City Clerk of the !
the landscape for a radius of S. P. Mays. City Clerk of the City of Live Oak. Florida do hereby :i j

St mile, not a living creature was I City of Live Oak. Florida do here- certify that the above and foregoing I SEABOARD
la sight. by certify that the above and fore- Ordinance No. 56 was regularly pass-:1
going Ordinance :No. f S was regularly ed by the City Council on the 8th day
cough I swung roundagain. : passed by the City Council on the of April. A. D. 190, and the sameis
The same plant yellow with I 22nd day of April. 1907. and the hereby certified to the Mayor for :

dost, drooped In the dry heat. That i same is hereby certified to the his approvaL I. Airline Railway. f. ;

was all .. Mayor for his approvaL I Witness my hand and seal of said

"Hack! Hack!" I Witness my hand and seal of said City this 8th day of April A. D.i -i

"On II City this April 22, 1907. 1907. : : Savannah Columbia Camden Southern Ksa
my left this time I swung (Seal) S. P. MAYS. (Seal) S. P. MAYS 1

round again. A like plant met mv I City Clerk. City Clerk. Raleigh, Richmond, Washington, Baltimore; J

eye. The thing was growing rather Examined and approved by me this Examined and approved by me Philadelphia and New York. !
ghastly. this 9th day of April. A. D. 1907.M. .
23rd day of April. 1917. !
E. BROOME. Mayor. I
"And as I regarded this last planta M. E. BROOME. Mayor. "

the cough plant came coughed.from It it.shook Believe all over me., ORDINANCE. 53. I j ORDINANCE NO. 57. TWO ELEGflNT TRfllNS DOILY. j
j jI
| An Ordinance
Gad .Ik.. he is about to saexe. It An Ordinance: to amend Sections providing for the

rave a violent cough and a little 1. 2 and 7 of Ordinance No. 16 of the 1 1 establishing opening ud extending
City of Live Oak. Florida.. being an of Wilbur street in the City of Live
cloud.. of dust arose. I Ordinance entitled "An ordinance to ;i,Oak. Florida, from the east side of Seaboard Express Seaboard Mj
I found out afterwards that the Ohio avenue eastward to White
prohibit the running at large on the I
plant was the I ; street in 'Wblte.s.ddltiou to said .
coughing bean whichIs streets of the City of Live Oak of
City ten Hundred .
| and thirty-two 5
tn horses mules, hogs and goats and
many tropical coun-
tries. In the long dry heat this weird to provide for the impounding" and >I (50)(10:feet) feet in, width.said street to he fifty i! i. Modern : Pullman : Equipment ;,t
I disposing of the same. passed II
growth's pores become choked with September 30th. 1903. and approved I Be It Ordained by the :Mayor and I II

dust and it would die of suffocationwere October 6th. 1903. I I i City Florida Council: of the City of Live Oak. i.

It not that a powerful gas accumulates I Be it ordained by the Mayor and "
: City Council of the City of Live Oak. Section 1. That Wilbur street in I :|: The Jamestown Exposition LfeIXORFOLK
,; it. which when it Florida: I the City of Live Oak Florida, as it. .
gains now be .
sufficient stands
pressure. exploded I Section la. That Section 1. See- I opened extended and VA.
with a sound precisely like the hu- I tioa 2 and Section 7 of Ordinance established from the eastern side of i ,

man cough. The explosion shakes No. 16 of the City of Live Oak Ohio:, avenue in said City fifty feet
: in width at angles with Excursion le Daily
Florida said Tickets S ,
the plant pores free of their dust and I being an ordinance entitled i Ohio avenue eastward to White street on
"An ordinance to prohibit the running -
t< the coughing bean U In good healthagain. I at large on the streets of the in White's Addition to the said City :

.** I City of Live Oak. of horses mules i: of of Live Oak the northern boundary + For full information and Sleeper reservations call oa sg7.

hogs and goats and to provide for {'line drawn extension shall be a of Seaboard, or write,
the impounding and disposing of the !J I at right angles with Ohio 1
r The Influence> of Trees.A I same" approved October 6. 1903. be I avenue frem a point on the eastern ; S. C. EOYLSTON. JR.. Asst. GenL Pass.Agent. JacksonrfcrV j
; side of Ohio arena
writer in The Minnesota Horticulturist and the same are hereby amended so ; opposite muni
to the northern bounadry of Wilbur mini 111111 ii ni iiiumiiM
as to read as follows:
"'1'SyJaere are but few ? street as it now
stands running at
"Section 1. Horses, mules hogs :
people la the world who I rifht angles to said Ohio
do not admire and goats shall not be allowed to run | feet avenue 1032
: noble trees on streets or country at large upon any of the I streets alleys I to White street In White's Addition -
roads, and wherever they are lanes or unenclosed property of In said City of Live Oak Flo"-
E Ida.
found such the City of Live Oak. and that cows excepting therefrom three feet Confederate Veterans ReniRICHMOND
thoroughfares are the shall not be allowed to run at large y{ across the northern side of the
favorite drives. The man who plants upon any of the streets lanes or t Parshley family burial grounds

trees' Is not only a public benefaeUr public highways of the said City or I{ and which Is Included in said description

: he besides ministers to his own other unenclosed premises within >I said burial within grounds.the Iron fence Inclosing

wellbeing. physical mental and spiritual the following boundary in said City i Section II.
cf Live Oak. Florida, to-wit: j condemnation VIRGINIA
He deserves credit for altruistic I proceedings shall be instituted in the ,
Beginnig at a point where Irvin j i name of the City of
work and he Oak
displays good Judgment and First streets Intersects. and run- cordance with ac-
In securing contentment forE ning south to where Irvin and Carroll -! Statutes In such provisions of the

himself thereby affording a double streets intersect thence east to I'' for the purpose case made of and carrying provided MAY 30th to JUNE 3rd I90f
Houston street thence south ,
motive for his endeavors. Honor and along out the provisIons of Section
Houston street to John of
street thence this Ordinance.
happiness .are his reward." east on John street Church
to street. I I Section Ill. That thiss
thence south on Church street to cor- shall take effect its .ordiaaa.e VIA .
; DWitt's,Little Early Risers famous poration line thence east on corpora- the Council and upon passage b-

little pills. Sold by City Pharoacy. tion line to White street thence f Mayor' or upon Its approved becomingan by the
north on White street to Howard ordinance
t 'e street thence east on Howard street :Mayor Without the approval of tb! ATLANTIC It

to a point opposite Georgia avenue Introduced by Alderman COAST LINE
f The Fool Who Yell "Flre.-: thence north to and along Georgia Robertson and passed F. ion
avenue to the northeast corner of Council In by City
s It is difficult to conceive of the Bryson street and Georgia regular session assembled
avenue on this 8th
day of
mental makeup of a person whose thence due north along section line CHAS.April. A. D. 1907

Idea of a joke is to shout -Fire!" in to a point opposite Fifth street H. BROWN,
.I a crowded assemblage yet there undoubtedly thence Atlantic west to Coast and along Line Fifth street'to ''[Attest: City CounciL Tickets on sale daily: from May 26th to 30th &

are such The railroad S. P. MAYS, City Clerk. Rates for
persons. thence southwest across Atlantic '. S. P. lays this occasion is
"fire- cry is not always the work of Coast Line railroad to First street.I City of UTe Oak: City Clerk of the

!- malevolent people nor of thieves who j thence west along First street to I certify that the above Florida do hereby
point of beginning." foregoing
L seek to ply their trade in the resultIng Ordinance Xu. 57 was $1375 Jacksonville
"Section II. It shall be the duty ed by the pa: from
t panic. It is sometimes raised by of the City Marshal or any deputy I of April City A. D.Council on the 8th day

t persons who want to see people :Marshal or policeman of the said Is hereby 1901. and the same ;
frightened. It is another phase of City to take possession of and place his approvaL certified to the Mayor for For the Round cent a.
in a pound to be provided for thatpurpose I Witness Trip, or virtually one
the style of Joking which consists my hand
iII any horse mute hog seal of said distance fIi'
t or goat City. this 8th traveled
pointing pistols and rocking boats. found by him or them running at I 190:. day of APril A. D with correspondingly Jowra4"Points.

shows that the race as a whole has. large upon any of the streets alleys. (Seal) Extension 0101
i S. P. : of limit 6th bedepositing
evolved very little beyond the simiaastage. highways or other unenclosed property MATS. to July can
within said City and likewise City Clerk.this J
.-Chicago Chronicle. take I Examined and approved !, ticket with and payxnat
possession of and place In said 9th day of by me special agent
pound any cow found by him April.. D. 1907 i cents
or them **. E. at time of
E DeWltf* Kidney and Bladder Pillsafford running at large on any of the streets .j jalleys BROOME. :Mayor deposit.

.- prompt relief for weak! kidneys j!, lanes public highways or j For full information reser\1iti -
other unenclosed property of said 1 r and Pullman
: troubles.
headache and urinary City of Live Oak within the bound- iLmn01ffiYk'a)1'AR call on Frank *

Sold by City Pharmacy. ,1 l aries prescribed in Section I hereof. ; C. Boylston, District Pam
+sYv aa.s i
I I .ti a 1EUag Atlantic Coast Line
Jacksonville. Fla.

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. e Disturbed the Congregation.Tt Directions Followed. . . . . . '. . . . . . . .
t_ person who disturbed the con He-These eggs are as hard as ;

relation last Bandar by continual/ bricks. How long did you boil them? !! OUR SAVINGS DAPARTMENT I CLINTON & MIlKS

roughing U requested to bar a bottleof She-*Twelve minutes.

FollY' Honey and Tar. City Phar lIe-Why. I told you only the t is restricted t
e not in the scope of its patronage. It is ;
macy. day not to boil them
more than broad enough to accommodate all, and + '
three minutes. .

Had Seen It. She-Yes, I know. You told me HERE ARE ITS PATRONS: : '

""There' no changing a leopard's three minutes for each egg and here .
Wholesale and Re-
;pots" remarked the visitor at the are four so that makes 12 minutes. LThe young folks with their small savings. t

xoo. Lustige Blaetter. J 2.-The breadv inner,.striving to accumulate a fund ito

"Oh, yes there I..** said the keeper procure a home, or a competency for old age. t tail Dealers in Flori-

J uw a lion fighting with one once When your boa nas not been pro I 3.-The well-to-do, for the convenience afforded and +

and be knocked the spots clean out perly digested the entire system Is t the income provided. t

of him"Detroit Free Press. Impaired in the same proportion. 4.-Those with idle funds awaiting other investment. ; da and WesternMEATS

Your stomach needs help. Kodol For ,

_Orlno Laxative Fruit Syrup Is belt Indigestion and Dypepsia not only I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Live Oak, Florida: :

for women and children. Its mila digests what you eat. It tones the '
action and pleasant taste makes It stomach and adds strength to the . . . . . . . . .--. . . :

preferable to violent purgatives, such whole, body. Makes rich pure blood.

I u pills. tablets, etc. Get the booklet Kodol conforms to the National Pure

sad a sample of Orino at City Phai Food and Drug Law. Sold by City

may d-w Pharmacy. d. Phone 24.

When lM\t' Does Fly. Peach Tree Worth a Fortune. Promdt deliveries

t "Lore. remarked the sentimental (Detroit News-Trlbune.)" *
paid, "makes time ft)'." M. Cale north off Yakima Wash., jB9: fvTPl

.It does during courtship," rejoined has a freak In the way of a peach'tree 1 anywhere in" the

rVi the young widow but after that may be the means of bringinghim -. ir j f

the parson has said his say, timebegins a fortune. It is understood he City.

to make lore flly."-Daily has been offered $16,000 for this vwa sla4at

t.L place on account of the fruit and has

already refused $3,000 for one tree. For Sick Livers s

A little Kodol tawes occasionally, The variety of the peach is not

especially after eating, will relieve known but it is a new one entirely. Be Great Headache Cure,

oar stomach belching and heart- which came as the result of pollen-

,..... J. B. Jones of Newport Teno.. izing a peach with the flower of an A PURELY VEGETABLE ; B r 0 01 0 Pepsin
of Kodol cured him -
iar* three bottles apricot. The fruit grown ort this tree COMPOUND

of clylpePIIL It fa BOld here by City is said to be sweet. The fruit ripens Note the Word Pepsin"

rhumac, eSimile. and is gone by June 1. Cale got t"'!' CONSTIPATION. DYSPEP.
fruit in a shipment of oaach trees QUlrKLY CURES Sl*, MALARIA CHILLS and Headache. Indigestion,
!.. and from one plant he Pas budded GUARANTEED CURE for all diseases produced by 12.05111, herfoostess

"Life" remarked the sententious other trees. TORPID LIVES and IMPURE BLOOD. One bottle purchased
Ucbelor, "I. like a game of cards. > today may save you a sick spell tomorrow. On the Spot. 1

"It's more like a game of chess The Life Insurance No Opiates. Absolutely Harmless

from my point of view" rejoined the muddle has started the public to CURED OF CHILLS AND FEVER AFTER All Dng ists,10. Ua, u4 Mi

married man. "I Invariably move thinking. The wonderful succeS3 that ALL OTHER MEDICINES FAILEDMrs. For Sale By

once a year."-Chicago News. I has met Ballard's Horehound Syrup W. A. Whitewell, Emory Tex., '
in its crusade on Coughs Influenza writes: "My child had chills and fever The City Pharmacy
for four ,We tried all kinds of
DeWitt's CarbOlized Witch Hazel Bronchitis and all Pulmonary troubles years. LIVE OAK FLA.
medicines, and finally an acquaintance of
Salve does not merely heal on the sur- -has started the public to thinks mine recommended Herbine. We used 41-23-trwi-Yi.

face it penetrates the pores and ing of this wonderful preparation. thc bottles and the child is now completely -

promptly relieves pain. caused by|They are all using it. Join the procession cured. You have my permission i
to publish this testimonial as I cheerfully -
boils, burns, scalds cuts and skin and down with sickness. recommend Herbine to all mothers H. J. MORRIS.
diseases. It is especially good for Price 25c. 50c and $100. Sold by having children afflicted as mine." -,

piles. Beware of imitations. Sold by,+13uwanee Drug Co. J-w IAXGE 110111' !. SOc GET THE GEHUIlfE Contractor and Builder

I city Pharmacy d* BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO. Apply for plans, estimates ..
Spruce Gum Is Now Valuable. '
I ST. LOUIS. U. S. A. and specifications.
i No Need Of It. 'I' (New York World.)

i iI ,"Would you like to attend a lec- Like returning miners from rich Office on Ohio Ave..A. C. L. Crossing.

1 tore on the fine arts?" I digging the "gummers" are coming SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY

1+ ,, "No," answered Mr. Cumrox; mother down from the great spruce forests of
Suwannee Drug Company. t*11111111111111111111111 *
+ and the girls can make me feel ) northern Maine heavily laden with

Ignorance sufficiently at home freeof j bulging sacks of what is now the DR. CHAS. E. TAYLOR, ; ;

charge"Washington Star. I most precious tree product of the

woods--Spruce gum. Florida East Coast Railway | VETERINARY jj

Kidney complaint kills more people Spruce gum has hardly reached I '
thin any other disease. This is due the "weight in gold" figure but the I Solicits your patronage-Office
Local Timo Card No. 71 In Effect April ", 1M1. at residence-Phone (3 rings) 148 ; ;
to the disease being so Insidious thatit lover of the balsamic "chaw" for
SOUTHBOUND-READ DOWN. NORTHBOUND--ggI> W.a II iMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniii'Chamberlain's .
je tsa good hold on the system be- which there is no real substitute:

fore it is recognized. Foley's KidDer must pay at the rate of 2.40 a 86 !TO. e9 STATIONS a 7Da11y Ira fDail
(X) ) Dally Dally
Cure will prevent the development pound for what could a short time
N SOUP* a Air L. JlCkaonrllie 7 6
of fatal disease if taken in time. ago be had for next to nothing.An N S One 9 2es "_South Jacksonyllle.LI 71 8 42
(Sty Pharmacy. d-w experienced gummer at the b 7 7&3PH8C9PM spa 1o ".. _...st Hwang Aagoanna.* ......_" a l 7 m ttd

present prices can easily clear $500 b d c3 1135Ai L. East .......... 61 6 25* 0 Colic Cholera & Diarrtaa Remedy
833PM74CPM 12h1NIAr PsLtka. ... Lt 4- s
Getting There. for his winter's work; some clear t, In 1110AMIL.--.. 6 35 69"l
"How far a long have you gotten much more. 3 2.w'Au.-' San Mateo.-Lv 8 6 Almost family has need
O\'f') 3 szi 7 bObs Lv San Mateo.. 9 7 455 every
toward the discovery of the north 9 Ww 12 33 5 Lt Buaael'. T y 4 6 ..... of a reliable remedy for colic or
pole?" Wonderful Eczema Cure. N fl) 912PM 12 4aw ".......-Dupont 41 6 diarrhea at some tine during the
d 9 47PM 11. Ormool 3 4 6 ,-3 OrA
"Quite a distance," answered the "Our little boy had eczema for five 10 dm1010PM 1255 Daytona_ _" 8 42 4 year. .
explorer as he sat down to the writes N. A. Adams. Henrietta ; 1 Port Orang a 4 tr4 This remedy is recommended
type- years, .... '- 10 3 PII 2 O5s Ar.. New Smyrna LT i i 4 lbs ('
writer. "I'm half through chapter Pa. "Two of our home doctors E10 4 Ar|-.....Lake Helen LY 12 e tzjd : by dbalen who have sold it for j':
e .._ 12 e l
4 3. City
10 r I Orange
wren. Washington Star. said the case was hopeless his lungs 10 4 i.... Orange City Jnnct 12 Saw 61 > many yean and know its value.
being affected. We then employed f-( 10 210pr Lt New Smyrna-Ar a 05w 4 It has received thousands of ,
0 11 2 37w Oak W11,, ....LY 2 a, 8 4O = C)
When your back aches it Is almost other doctors but no benefit resulted.By 1 it GIPS 3135 Ar __TttnsSfik.-.L. l 55's 3 OOwcg testimonials from grateful people. .
tmriaWy an Indication that some- chance we read about Electric It 1Qts G 5 Pn Arj.. Sanfo _LY it B v 6 Q" == It has been prescribed by piy- :t
O i.l 6 3 5 11355 Ls .....-.Sanford Ar 6 111 = vc3 with the :
scians: stre&ults. s.ail.cay
thin: is wrong with your kidneys. 1 I Bitters; bought a bottle and soon ul ; 3 l3DS LY Titusv111e ....... Ar 1 bees 8t.i (' rn g
*eal. diseased kidneys frequently I anted improvement. We continuedthis fl) O 12 31 3 LOPS Cocoa Lv l 17P5 2 27aa t-3 ,
12 3i 3 S w Rockledge 1145 2 lbs a.O. It has often saved Lfe hefue
cause a break down of the entire sys- medicine until several bottles 1 s"s 4235 Ean Gaulle 12 43's 147 .
1 rAM 4 8fin '- Melbourne 12 325 187 A54 CD medicine could have Lee sent fof i
teaL DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder were used when our boy was completely + 156.. 6115 "........ Sebastl 1147si 12 sss ,
KH afford Best of all blood 2 4's 6 &vs SL Lucre 10 bsAs 12 I or a physician HirnrrKfoftM.
prompt relief weak kid- cured. 1-4 05AM 61 SPU "_Fort Pierce..... 10 bOw 11
seyA backache, inflammation df the medicines and body building health 0 C34 3 180 6 3P5 "w Tibballa .. ........" 10 lSss u aes ZZ It only costs a quartet. Can .
3 34AM 6 41's Eden 10145 111 you lord to rick so much for so .
bladder and all urinary troubles. tonics. Guaranteed at Barclay &. ] 11 g 4QIM 6 4GDS Jrnseo 10 OSAI 11g 0 BUY IT NOW
Sold lOAt 6 5e Stuart .- .." 10 OOw 10 SIp I little?
ty City Store. 50c. d-w __ e.r.e
Pharmacy. A Groover Drug 4lass _.hobsScnnd- 9SIAM 10 lIP
w Vl 4 3s 7 7Z2Vf"443rd _.\\' 9 2O s 10 OIP -en _. _'II___z f
b 14e 81"PY1ti5St Palm" 8 47as 9 3
Question. Problematical. +JiJ 8 4 Boynton 0O =
b 4 faM ; "- 813 8
"___ .--De r i bow
w b t 7.vs 6lcvtl -
I G OI>ge Papa (Chicago Tribune.) 9 4CF41 _._Fort Lauderdale,..... 7 2 A11 TW P
who is 6 4ias
funny %.... 6 57'S 9 Oar _Dania.........."," 7195 7 CD KILL THE COUCH
oklag man? There came a ring at the telephone, :::2 :::2 9 50u --Hallandal ...-.". 7 OSHA 773s CD S
fapa-That.-my "Herbert' asked a feminine .loice, 102'U1"lemon City 6 a s 77'n'w CD AND CURE TIE LUNGS
eon, is Mr. Smith. = 10 Saw Ar ",-.-.- bitami---.T. 7
lae b a self-made "what time are you coming home to ..__ Mia mM =Ar a M
.. ...
1iIlan.rgeWas 1_ Ar _Domestead jLY 12
i 10 3J -
*e satisfied when dinner?" ;
tl 1 1US he'4 flushed papa?Illustrated Bits "I don't know dear," answered Daily except Sunday WITH Dr King'sNew
N'0.15 24
l 1 Herbert. "All I can tell you is thatI Na 23 o'DDaO wo i tial IIa1S Dally Xo.18 No. 20 So23 Sat,A

M A Narow Escape. am going to start right now." I SatA 511 Son. Dull Daily MATPOBT BRANCH Ex.Son... Dally spy Dally Boa.Only. Discovery

G.W Cl later, with a more On 11
7df a merchant of Plunk. A few minutes Jackson "- ArT OMSB l OO sS 8:0.
I*0. I 9 # ltrr2 oaPlq 10 9Jw Lv.- _. art 62Ar8 82** 12 53e5 tIP 91 a
had a narrow or less firm reliance upon the protec- bb lsw2 10 Caw Lr.Sa Jack onrllle FOR 'oucHS 1f0Q,
escape four years 9 5 LT..Pablo Bttfti *rf SOwiS 00* 2.2 s ens (
10 89ar i n
1 T> wkei ne ran a Jimson bur into tion of Providence he boarded an 10 8057 24n55 4cPs2 6iir2 4455n4 to &ss L4 tlantic Beach ArK IS-g KA.Mayport 12 isntf s etw ,OLDS Tsai ftotSe free
ty 10 5S 25 ab 11 -_LrV* 4OtM 32 We_ 8 DIll AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
thumb. his journey I 451,61053 -
He says: "The doctor elevated train and began 10 5057


COll8eut. I bought a box of Buck- i
s1 ArnIca Salve and that cured theons About Poetry.Milton i Close COBMCUOB Made at Miami sUb SUamshlp sills P. 0. S. S. CoaIfuJ.

Ieile woundS at Barclay thought that simplicity was! KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

IJroofer, druggists. d-w' one of the three cardinal requisites Side. No Transfer
at Ship'
Discharge Passengers '
that Trains
in poetry, and the result is
> fie rayee is Lost" is gathering dust to- may be u: u4
"Paradise &heUmU" staled not
> a Great Achievement These Time Tab'OS IOWbat&heir&niT&!ok deptrsinS a&the tt Is r---.s GJ'ATJ1Sold
1ieTe of the stations,
.'onrfl1 tte, to pray with all your day on a neglected corner oIor'com Is the th1I several Company to be held responsible and delays or say ooneegaeacae u..ntrv&.
ud strength with the reason bookshelf. We don't make these Information direct from factory at factory price.
:n .the will, to believe vividly that foolish mistakes nowadays. Every For Copy ol the LOCAL TIME CARD or Other Send for free Catalog. Mention this paper.

of! 'il1l1sten to your voice through, real poet in America over thirteen e "SEE THE TICKET AGENT." WOUAHS OBGAJ*tlASQ CO.. CHICAGO. 1E .

and verily do the thing He t years of age knows that abstruseness J. D. RAHNER. AMt. Gen'l Pan. Ajent ST. AUOU51TNE. FLA

k thereUPOnthat Is the last is the Main Thing, and that the DVCATIONBY :
guest make
j jA ie achievement of the Chris- more '"difficult" he can
, f1w u.ark .
;rue On earth. Teach us t o] mental offshoots, so much the more Advertise in Daily Democrat .era eta oar s can.sacLenaidne .
Richmond : .. ..
Lord! Great Poet.- a e..lIoiaau:' "r. -.er.aw
-Samuel Taylor Col- is he a ,- CA&aktF.fz- ad4ua L L St1aa ............

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"Here's to your health and kop- ,CXIOX.. .._... -c SUMMER

piness" XteWItt's Little Early Risen : i A poplliABBookkeeping !SCHOOL

-famous little pills. 'Nasty; rick -Richmond, Va.- ,

headache or biliousness mar come on

any time; the cure is an Early Riser.. The Seaboard Air Line Railway Business Practice, Stenography; Typewriting TeT _
Sold by City Pharmacy. d announces low excursion rates from In ; at the -
Fain caused by bolls boras scalds all Florida points made one cent per and & klSfiifc* will be

and slain:: diseases is promptly relievedby mile to Richmond. Va. and return H ;;?

DeSi;itt's Carbolized Witch Hazel account of,the Re-Union. Tickets on d

Salve. Good for piles. Sold by City sale May 26, 27. 23. 29 and 30th.

Pharmacy. The Seaboard operates ,double daily .
; service from Tampa. Jacksonville

: The Episcopal fair closed last and other Florida points. Extra

i night and it was a success in every through Pullman sleepers and day

; particular. We regret very much coaches have been arranged so all

that we could not attend at any time. may be made comfortable.In .

We know however what such fairs order to allow their patrons to

are. and we know that the members visit the Jamestown Exposition the

; of the guild are ladies who know how Seaboard will honor return portionof
s -
: to cater to the wants of the public Richmond tickets from Ports-

and assure them a royal time. .We couth. The total round"trip rates '?' "
9 '
understand that the magnificent sumt from some of the important points la J -

t of $92 was taken in on this occasion Florida are as follows. ."<-' J.f "

"i and the whole affair has been one of Jacksonville ... .. u..:*...113.75 of '
interesting study for
and intensely $
j social enjoyment. Lake City .. .. .--eo eo--...r 13.75 For Short, Practical Bourses
al class in the ni ntl
-) Live Oak . ...r.. ...... 13.75 mer works we have the best.S } Penmanship by

:j i The Library Association. Madison .. ...?.'.:: :...... 14-00!>> Scholarships: $40.00, $5O.o, $75.00 and ?9000. '

:Monticello ...?... .. ...... 14.65 '
The board of directors of this as
Ii Tallahassee ...... ... .. 15.45
soclatlon met In the Library Building BUSINESS COLLEGECor.
i9 Gainesville .:!' .. .. .... ... 15.15 SOUTHERN
at 4 m.. yesterday. Rev J. F.
p- Ocala. .. .. .... .. .. 15.75
Fcrd presiding.The i '
committee appointed at the Leesburg .'"'. ,... .. .. .. .. 16.5> ) Ohio Ave. and Conner St.

Tavares .. ...a. . . 16,70 .
last meeting to draft amendments to I Ii
j Apopka .a... ... .. .. 16.70 I FLORIDAL.
i the articles of incorporation and a OAK -
I Orlando . . .. .. 16.70 LIVE -
; set of by-laws made their report
: Dade City .. ... .! ..... 17.95 G. S. STEPHENS
was adopted. ,
Plant City... .' ..u..u. 17.551 I
Sundry bills were presented and President and Proprietor Pnndpa!
Tampa .. .. ....... .. .. .
1 ordered paid. Manatee .. .. ......... ... 11.S5//
The Woman's Club have Lad some
t Palmetto .a. .. .... .. 18.50
neat shelves placed in the library
Bradentown . .. ...... 18.50
room and there is a small but choice i
Sarasota .. .._.. .. 18.70 .
: selection of books to be placed therein. -!
; Notice Of Special Tax School Election
i ZVhife these rates are announced No.4. : '
I Branford District John B. Stetson Univei
ETery enterprising citizen of Live for the Confederate Veterans ta!v I
with Chapter 4678 ,
Oak Suwannee should j' In accordance
or '
open to the public. and the school laws of Florida an FOUR COLLEGES AND FIVE TECHNICAL SCHOOLS
manifest an Interest in this societyas i The Seaboard have Issue a very : election will be held in Branford

it means much for our city. Let 0 attractive and expensive folder de-; Special Tax School District, at the DELAND, FLORIDA

t all the members in arrears 0 for dues vcted entirely to this occasion. Copies -i usual voting place onTut"ldar
June llth, A. D. 19O7. Affiliated with the of
pay tbem at once.In'ellectual i of this folder and other informa; University Chicago
i to elect three trustees to serve for
culture and refinement j
=; lion can be obtained on application i iI tte succeeding two years. and to deterciine COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS.-The standards are tbo e ef felt

should advance with our material!I to any Seaboard agent,or_ o, the maximum number of versity of Chicago. Stetson's graduates receive their degrees ate fc

prosperity of which we are so Justly S. C. BOYLSTOX. Jr., I I mills of district,.school tax to be lev- Stetson and Chicago. See the Chicago and Stetson catalogs.

n proud I,I Assistant General Passenger Agent .I led 'frr each of saW yearnw. tlce law COLLEGE La'Florida OF LAW.without-Graduates examination.of this College are adaatteili;*

i Jacksonville FlauADMINISTRATRIX G. Vernon E. D. Blanchard '
St. Lakes' Guild Fair. and R. A. Ivey are'appointed inspeo.
: Civil Electrical Engineering and Manual TniBicjecs
and N. H.'Green' clerk.
St. Lukes' Guild fair has closed. tors leading to degrees. Fine new building costly equipment
I i Sixty days after the first publication Done by order of Board of Public
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS--Banking in all its branches
We sincerely thank our friends for Fla.J. .
of Suwannee County
of this notice I will present my I i: Instruction by best methods. Shorthand and Typewriting. Elective cosset sls
their patronage; they have helped u* E. WOOD. E. R. WISE.Sec'y ,
accounts and vouchers to the County I Chairman.Notice other Departments. Large Faculty and commodious bonding
: to make a grand success. Judge of Suwannee County. Florida J and Supt. PREPARATORY ACADEMY. Graduates prepared to eut Ham

Those that helped with the booth Countrlto S Yale, Princeton. Cornell. Michigan. Chicago and all Irst class CE&IS
at the Court House of said
; were more>> than faithfuL f: Of Special Tax School Election NORMAL AND MODEL SCHOOLS.. Klndergartea InLas:
The ice cream booth was decoratedin be allowed as my anual settle I Luraville District No. 10. building. .%. Primary and Grammar School separate lraQ
ments. 0 Schools especially prepare Public School teachers.
pink and white and presided ovei with 4678
In accordance Chapter
FLORENCE G. MILLS .formerly MUSIC SCHOOL.-A 10000.00 pipe organ a dozen pUBOMSts
I and the school laws of Florida, an
by Mrs Barclay. Miss Lucas and Miss
building of
; large faculty, thorough courses study.
Florence G. Brinson. Administratrixof election will be held In LuraviUe
( Grubb. ART SCHOOL.-New Studio. Costly casts models etc ,
Candy and cake booth trimmedin Estate of Horace Brinson. n62mADMINISTRATRIX Special usual Tax School District at the Stetson has a faculty of 4 S professors and instructors De1 W i
voting place on
I I grees from' the University of Chicago. Harvard. Yale
red and white by Miss Rie Port NOTICE.
Tuesday'June llth, .. D. 19O7. umbia. Toronto. Wake Forest. Louisville, Bowdoin. Utrecht, BadsUniversity
and Miss Annie Grnbb, Six months after the first publication to elect three trustees to serve for of Michigan. Dennison and other Universities. TfcereRK'.

Soda water booth in green and of this notice. I will present my I the succeeding two years and to determine 300000.00 in buildings and equipment; nearly a quarter ni@a &

white, this was dispensed by Mrs. accounts and vouchers to the County I. the maximum number of 10 edowment; an endowed library of over 13.000 volumes; a beast"' "_

Goggins and Mrs. Robbins. Judge of Suwannee County. Florida, mills of district school tax to be levied with costly furnishings Including stained glass windows 7 oC
for each of said years.T a 10000.00 pipe organ; a Gymnasium with complete appan1l;a.
Pink and white were the. decorations at the Court House of said County! I. McIntosh G. F. Gamble andC. I closed Athletic Field running track tennis courts baseball dim.

> in the home booth presided I to be allowed and ask to be discharged S. Le Fever, are appointed Inspec- gridiron besides swimming golf rowing and other sports; apm 0
over by Mrs. Needham and Mrs. Hel- from further administration tors and L. M. Ballentine. clerk. tags for men and women; ten large laboratories for Cbemisoyi

venston. of said estate.FLORENCE. Done by order of Board of Public Bacteriology Mineralogy and Biology; several large museums u&
Instruction of Suwannee County Fla.J. electric lights electric bells steam heat cement walks shell rodt.*
The Larkins trimmed in
booth G. MILLS, formerlv E. WOOD. E. R. WISE. avenues spacious campus shrubbery and trees; soda, btemy Band
purple and gold was in charge of Florence G. Brinson Administratrixof Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. other students' clubs; star lecture courses; Christian aM **

Mrs Wasden and Mrs. Barton. Estate of Horace Brinson. n16-6m tartan teaching. The location Is beautiful and healthful and tHo ege

Miss Lewin was one of the faith- Notice Of Special Tax School Election are low. For catalogs views and Information address the Prey

fuL She officiated at the drug and GC..RDLSOT'("E.. O'Brien District No. 3. LINCOLN HCLLET AJI nAo_

toilet booth This booth decoratedin I Notice is hereby giv'n that]I In accordance with Chapter 4678 DeLati

blue and white. sixty days after the first publicationof and the school laws of Florida, an
Most of our articles were from this notice I. as guardian of, and election will be held at O'Brien Special
for the estate of Haffie Louise Stripling Tax School District, at the usual
wholesale houses out of our city, but r miner will make my annual place OilTuE'Sdolllr VISIT THE POPULAR HEALTH AND PLEASURE RESORT
the few that we asked for donations
repor and vouchers of said Guard- June llth, A. D. 19O7.
in town were very generous and we !anshlp. to the Honorable J. N. Connor to elect three trustees to serve for

thank them.A. County Judge, at his ofice in the the succeeding two years and to de- DOWLING PARIWAY
city of UTe Oak Florida and will at termine the maximum number of
said time ask for a final discharge mills of district school tax to be lev-
H. Hodges Dead.
from said guardianship. ied for each of said years.J. -
Wellborn Hay 22.-Mr. A. H. J. S. STRIPLING W. Barnes. J. H. Flemming and
Guardian for Haffie Louise Stripling. T. C. Williams, are appointed In-
Hodges died this afternoon at one apectors, and Rufus Griffin, clerk. Mineral Springs Hotel and Cot!
o'clock alter an illness of four weeks NOTICE- I I Done by order of Board of Public

from typhoid' malarial fever. Mr. i, Instruction of Suwannee County. Fla.J. HOT AND COl D BATHS UNSURPASSED. GOOD TABLE. COCOBECS.
Hodges was railroad agent at this Notice Is hereby given that the II E. WOOD. E. R. WISE. WATER IN EVERY ROOM. BILLIARD TABLES TELECRAAI -

place and has been for the past six undersigned as administrator of the Sec'y and Supt. Chairman, PHONE CONNECTIONS. WELL EQUIPPED STABLES. SHADY PAVILLI

teen years and was known to have Estate of J. A. Adams, deceased, will RATES REASONABLE actiiFS ,= ':

been one of the best and most efficient on Monday the first day of July. Notice. Of Special Tax School Election .

agents on the Seaboard AirLine 1907 present his vouchers, receiptsand Houston District No. 8. ADDRESS PORK ttOTEL DOWNING PflRK. FLOIUDlt.i;

railway. He was extremely report of and for the Estate of I In accordance with Chapter 467S
deceased and there-, and the school laws of Florida
obliging and accommodating to the J. A. Adams an
apply for his final discharge as: election will be held in Houston Spec
business upon
people and
traveling public cal Tax School District at the usual
generally. He will be sorely missedby administrator of the said estate.J. voting place on -t j

the business people of the town. H. WETHERINGTON, Tuesday June llth. A. D.* tSX ..

He leaves two brothers and one 2-l-6m Administrator. to elect three trustees to serve for BOTTLED

sister to mourn his death. Wesley Notice Of Special Tax School Election the succeeding two years and to determine -

Hodges, a prominent business man at Midway District No. &. the maximum number of
mills of district school tax to be levied
Starke, F. T. Hodges ol Dothan. Ala., In accordance with Chapter 4678 for each of said years.J. 'e o -

train dispatcher for the Atlantic and the school laws of Florida, an. H. Long S. W. Kennedy and J.
Coast Line and Mrs. Jennie Spencer election will be beld in Midway Spec- M. Knight are appointed inspectorsand
ial Tax Scbool District at the usual Epstein Oliff. clerk.
whom he has lived with for
years.His Toting place on Don by order of Board of Public Proves
body will be Interred tomorrow Instruction Big Help For Tired Housewives
Tuesday June llth. A. D. 19O7. County Fla. _
afternoon at Huntsvllle. at four J. E. WOOD. E. R. WISE. aA

o'clock,. by the side of his father and to elect three trustees to serve for Sec'y and Supt ChairmanFor There is bound moth 'g I
the succeeding two years, and to de- I to come a time through a
mother. termine the maximum number of endless day when over-worked energies refuse '-

mills of district school tax to be levied stomach troubles bilioosnesa to I" _continue the heavy strain. A cold bottle ol
The Plague in Honolulu. for each of said years.G. and constipation ca-CoIa *
try Chamberlall1.sStomach solves f
H. Dor man. J. A. DeBerry and this important problem
Washington May 24.-A cablegram I. V. Brown are appointed inspectors and Liver Tablets. Many =the throat of flying dust invlgoratesSG

t from Honolulu to the marine tad W. IL Horn clerk. remarkable cures have been effected h 1" BOttled Coca-Cola 15 made > .
tospital service in this city reports Done by order of Board of Public by theiu. Price 25 cents. Samplea mean.the Sterilized bottles filled by an
Instruction of Suwannee County. Fla.T. gropoy are always correct Look for
two deaths from plague and one new E. WOOD E. R. WISE. free. For sale by Barclay & Groov i L.--

case of that disease. Sec'y and Supt. Chairman. er and.all druggists. w.


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